Leya Reid

NAVA News 6 2024

This month's news: Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud #NAIDOC2024; Work with NAVA; Update to Payment Standards; and more. 

Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud #NAIDOC2024

Join NAVA in celebrating NAIDOC Week and the significant contributions and leadership of First Nations visual artists and storytellers.

NAVA News 5 2024

This month's news: NAVA Win: Archibald Prize finalists to receive artist loan fees; Indexation to be applied to NAVA's Payment Standards; NAVA welcomes new Directors to the Board; and more.

Maximise your unspent budget by supporting NAVA

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Support NAVA's work this EOFY

Membership and donations are tax-deductible.

NAVA News 4 2024

This month's news: Launch of the 2022 Countess Report reveals stagnation of gender equity; New First Nations Code of Practice Graphics; and more.

NAVA News 3 2024

This month’s news: New Code of Practice Training Course; Qld Professional Development Program; Disability Action Plan survey; and more.

Introducing NAVA’s Code of Practice Training Courses

Enrol today and learn how to apply the Code’s recommendations to your work and practice.

NAVA News 2 2024

This month's news: Ongoing advocacy for the recognition of art as work; NSW Professional Development Program: Update and Upcoming;and more.

NAVA News 1 2024

This month's news: Visual arts sector advocates for award coverage; New Code of Practice Accessible Infographics; and more.

We need NAVA, NAVA needs us

Join or renew NAVA Membership before the price rise.

NAVA News 10 2023

This month's news: Modern Awards Review discussion paper; Centrelink Win; COVID-19 response inquiry; and more.

Show your support for industry good practice

Join NAVA or donate to guarantee NAVA's future.

NAVA News 8 2023

This month's news: Insurance Update; August Advocacy Recap; NAVA Board Statement on the Voice; Equity in Arts Opportunities; NAVA events; and more.

$10,000 Carstairs Grant open for applications

Media Release

NAVA News 7 2023

This month's news: AI risks and benefits; COUNTESS: Spoiling Illusions Since 2008; NAVA Artist File: Samuel Luke; Structural transformation to support gender equity; Open Consultations; and more.

Structural transformation to support gender equity in the arts

Institutions must take on a proactive role to address challenges around how women and gender diverse people are represented and how their work is presented, collected and valued.

NAVA News 6 2023

This month's news: For Our Elders #NAIDOC2023; Update to Payment Standards; AI and copyright survey; NAVA challenges ABC cuts; and more.

Practice 101: Insurance

Online information session hosted by Arts Northern Rivers and presented by NAVA on insurance policies for artists, 12-1pm AEST Thursday 22 June 2023.

For Our Elders #NAIDOC2023

Join NAVA in celebrating NAIDOC Week 2 – 9 July 2023 and the significant contributions and leadership of First Nations visual artists and storytellers.

Have leftover organisation budget? Join NAVA this EOFY

By donating or joining NAVA, you will directly contribute to our work for a vital, sustainable and equitable arts sector. 

NAVA News 5 2023

This month's news: New local government toolkit; We're hiring; NAVA welcomes Board Director Ryan Presley; RAP Progress Report Jan-Apr; Guide to socially-engaged arts projects; and more.

Building Community: Guide to socially-engaged arts projects

Key to delivering beautiful and powerful community engaged projects are the recommended processes of relationship building explored in NAVA’s Code of Practice.

National Reconciliation Week 2023

Image: Savi Ross (African American, Torres Strait Islander), Women Now, 2021, digital illustration.

Put your vision for arts into action

Join NAVA for a vital, sustainable and ethical arts sector.

NAVA Insurance Member Update

New premiums for use of kilns and open flames.

Invoice Template

This invoice template can be used by artists, freelance curators, and others who work as contractors in the arts.

NAVA News 4 2023

This month's news: May Day 2023; Insurance policy backflip: NAVA wins and next steps; Supporting Racial Equity in the Arts; and more.

Insurance policy backflip: NAVA wins and next steps

While the insurance win for NAVA Members is a great result, there is still more work to do to stay ahead of the shifting insurance landscape.

Insurance win for NAVA Members!

Changes to NAVA insurance with QBE Insurance and Local Community Insurance Services (LCIS) have been reversed.

Hardening insurance market pricing out artists and arts workers

It is crucial that policymakers and insurance providers take necessary steps to ensure insurance is widely available and accessible to all.

NAVA News 3 2023

This month's news: NAVA launches its Reconciliation Action Plan and Strategic Action Plan; Access Rights in the arts; Call for NAVA Board Nominations; and more.

NAVA launches its Reconciliation Action Plan 2023-2024

Media release

Access Rights in the arts: A shared responsibility

Open and ongoing conversations about access is an important part of building and maintaining positive relationships between organisations, artists and audiences.

Claudia Chinyere Akole

Claudia Chinyere Akole addresses cultural identity, abstraction and mental health through her practice as an illustrator, cartoonist, designer, animator and educator.

NAVA News 1 2023

This month's news: Revive National Cultural Policy launched; Art is a Real Job; An ethical framework for working with First Nations artists; Royalty income for artists in Australia; and more.

Invasion Day/Survival Day Statement of Solidarity

The NAVA team will be joining and supporting nationwide events, protests and fundraisers for Invasion Day/Survival Day. We call on members of our community to stand with First Nations peoples on the right side of history by listening, showing up and paying the rent. 

Recognise Artists as Workers

Sign the open letter for a legislated Visual Arts Award to be included in the new National Cultural Policy.

NAVA News 9 2022

This month's news: Federal Budget: Much more to be done for the arts; An Award for Artists: Send a message to your Arts Ministers; Outsourcing development of generic curriculum planning will disempower teachers; Juanita McLauchlan receives 2022 Windmill Scholarship; and more.

An Award for Artists: Send a message to your Arts Ministers

With the National Cultural Policy launching before the end of this year, it is time to amplify our voices. Contact your political representatives to let them know why decent fees and wages matter to you.

NAVA News 8 2022

This month's news: NAVA launches New Code of Practice for Visual Arts, Craft and Design; mandated payment standards necessary to sustain visual artists as workers; EOIs open for Visual Arts Educators to join Community of Practice; and $10,000 Carstairs Grant open for applications.

NAVA launches New Code of Practice for Visual Arts, Craft and Design

Following extensive collaboration across the sector, NAVA today soft-launches the new Code of Practice for Visual Arts, Craft and Design.

NAVA News 7 2022

This month's news: Why and how to add your voice to National Cultural Policy; Govt report confirms Fake Indigenous Art Harms Culture but fails to ban them; and more.

EJ Son

EJ Son is a Sydney-based multi-disciplinary artist, working across new media, sculptural installations, video and ceramics.

National Cultural Policy: Visual Arts Voice

NAVA hosted five 1-hour Zoom workshops to amplify the voices of the visual arts, craft and design sector to the Australian Government’s National Cultural Policy consultation, 2 - 4 August 2022.

Artistic Courage: reimagining work, ambition, and equity in the arts

Symposium hosted by RMIT, 12-5pm AEST Friday 29 July 2022.

Have your say on a new national cultural policy

Image: Gwenneth Blitner at work (untitled work), acrylic on linen 2021. Image courtesy of Ngukurr Arts. © Gwenneth Blitner/Copyright Agency, 2022.

NAVA News 6 2022

This month's news: Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! #NAIDOC2022; Visual Arts Work survey; New points-based system for jobseekers compromises artists’ work; and more.

Kyra Kum-Sing

Kyra Kum-Sing is a Malera Bandjalan, Mitakoodi woman, curator, artist and consultant based in Sydney.

Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! #NAIDOC2022

Join NAVA in supporting and engaging with your local Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander communities through activities and events held across the country, making a donation, and buying First Nations arts.

Our work is possible because of you

Join our vision for the future of the contemporary arts sector by renewing your Membership or becoming a NAVA Member today. 

NAVA News 5 2022

This month's news: NAVA welcomes new Government; National Reconciliation Week; Instituting Care; Recently elected Board Members from four states; and more

National Reconciliation Week

Image: Dylan Mooney, Blak Superheroes Series, digital illustration, 2021.

Emily Crockford

Emily Crockford is an artist who spans a broad creative practice encompassing painting, textiles and soft sculpture. Integral to her style is the use of bold, vibrant colour and intricate pattern making.

Federal Election Report Card 2022

Australia votes on 21 May 2022. What arts and culture vision do the Liberal-National Coalition, Labor and The Greens offer?

NAVA News 4 2022

This month's news: Why arts policy is essential; #VoteForArt Campaign Update; Code drafting underway, EOIs open for Writers; Visual Arts Work Survey; and more.

#VoteForArt Campaign Update

NAVA is busy meeting with candidates, speaking to media, appearing on panel discussions, and speaking to artists, arts workers and audiences to promote our #VoteForArt campaign and put arts and culture back on the political agenda.

NAVA News 3 2022

This month's news: #VoteForArt: Federal Election Campaign 2022; NAVA responds to the Federal Budget; Environmental Sustainability Consultation; NAVA seeks Board nominations; Notice of Annual General Meeting; and more.

Flood emergency for visual arts

Information on financial and mental health support, NAVA’s emergency response, recovery resources, and how you can help flood affected artists and arts workers.

Taloi Havini

Employing photography, sculpture, immersive video and mixed-media, Taloi Havini's work is often a personal response to the politics of location exploring contested sites and histories connected within Oceania.

NAVA News 2 2022

This month's NAVA News: Flood emergency for visual arts; #BreakTheBias; Code of Practice consultations; and more.

NAVA News 1 2022

This month's news: Omicron Struggle for Visual Arts; Proposed changes to Copyright Act pose threat to artists’ rights; Code of Practice update; and more.

Caroline Rothwell

Born in Yorkshire, England, and based on Gadigal Country in Sydney, Caroline Rothwell has a research-driven practice investigating how ideologies and beliefs have shaped contemporary society.

NAVA Invasion Day Solidarity Statement 2022

Image: Charlotte Allingham, Always was, Always will be Aboriginal land, A5 digital illustration, January 2018.

NAVA raises alarm over changes to Australian Research Council

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We're hiring an Education Coordinator and First Nations Engagement Manager

We’re looking for two self-motivated people to join the NAVA team.

NAVA News 12 2021

This month's news: NAVA receives Australia Council funding for Code education program; Farewell Mimi Crowe; We're hiring; and more.

Have your say: Code of Practice Discussion Papers

NAVA is seeking feedback on best practices for Commercial Galleries and Representation, Festivals, Hiring Space, Temporary Public Art, Touring, Funding, and Commissioning New Work.

International Day Of People With Disability

Join us in celebrating by attending a range of events and activities or by accessing the following resources on accessibility and inclusion.

NAVA News 11 2021

This month's news: National insurance scheme key to boosting arts sector confidence; Saluhan awarded the 2021 Carstairs Prize; Code revision - independent arts workers; and more.

​​Kalanjay Dhir

Kalanjay Dhir is an artist and musician whose work draws on popular culture, sci-fi and spiritual texts. He is based in Western Sydney on Dharug Land.

Saluhan awarded the 2021 Carstairs Prize

Media Release

NAVA News 10 2021

This month's news: ‘It’s our job to take risks’: Artists reflect on the climate crisis; Reopening Resources for Galleries and Museums; and more.

Gabriella Hirst

Gabriella Hirst is an artist who works between moving image and performance and is currently situated between Berlin and London.

Reopening Resources for Galleries and Museums

Is your gallery or museum planning to reopen? Access NAVA's free resources for a COVID-safe reopening.

NAVA News 9 2021

This month's news: Reading the roadmaps: the visual arts sector prepares; Code Revision September Update; and more.

NAVA strongly encourages visual arts applicants for RISE Funding

Applications for the remaining $40 million in RISE Funding close 24 October 2021 at 23:59 AEDT.

2021 Carstairs Prize increases to $10,000

Today NAVA announces the Carstairs Prize has been given a boost from $3,000 to $10,000 to support socially-engaged arts practice.

NAVA News 8 2021

This month's news: Update from NAVA's Co-Directors; Local artists call for protection of Afghan artists; and more.

Local artists call for protection of Afghan artists

Image: Journalists in Kabul, photo courtesy of Elyas Alavi.

Sancintya Mohini Simpson

Sancintya Mohini Simpson is an artist and researcher based in Brisbane, Australia.

Joint statement and call to action in solidarity with the people of Afghanistan

The statement requests that the Australian Government take immediate humanitarian actions to protect vulnerable Afghan people and their immense contribution to world cultures and heritages.

NAVA News 7 2021

This month's news: NAVA members asked to join national survey; NAVA’s Curriculum Review Submission; Accessing the Code of Practice, and more.

Blak Douglas

Blak Douglas is a multi-award winning Koori artist, descending from the Dhungatti peoples of the NSW Mid-North Coast, and currently based in Redfern NSW.

COVID-19 Support Package – what we know so far

The government recently announced more support and thankfully sole traders and small businesses received a mention.

NAVA News 6 2021

This month's news: Developing a National Arts, Culture and Creativity Plan; Overview of NAVA’s Curriculum Consultation; updated COVID-19 info; Code Revision update, and more.

Overview of NAVA’s Curriculum Consultation

Michelle and Cherry, NEO-Learning Digital Lab. Photo by Leith Alexander, 2019, courtesy of Big hART.

Daniel Savage

Daniel Savage is a Canberra based disability activist and artist working primarily in photography, video and performance.

RISE Funding: NAVA info session recording and transcript

Recording and transcript of NAVA's RISE Fund info session by the Office for the Arts.

RISE funding: NAVA info session by Office for the Arts

Information session on the federal RISE funding progam via Zoom, 3-4pm AEST, Friday 11 June.

Can you spare a few dollars to support our friends in Victoria?

A little amount goes a long way towards building the resilience of our sector.

NAVA Curriculum Consultation

NAVA is hosting an open consultation via zoom on the changes in the Australian Curriculum, 4pm 17 June 2021.

NAVA News 5 2021

This month's news: New Advocacy Director, new Chair, and new Board Member; Four new Code Revision discussion papers; Australian Curriculum Review, and more.

NAVA announces new Advocacy Director Mimi Crowe and new Chair Clothilde Bullen

Image L-R: Mimi Crowe in front of Kungkarangkalpa‑ Seven Sisters by Pitjantjatjara artist Nyunmiti Burton, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, © the artist | APY Art Centre Collective, photo by Saul Steed; Clothilde Bullen, photo by Jamie James, 2021.

NAVA Chair welcomes new Board Member Bianca Beetson

Bianca Beetson, in front of Dibirdibi Country 2008 by Mirdidingkingathi Juwarrnda (Mrs Gabori), Brisbane City, 2021. Photo by Chloë Callistemon, courtesy of QAGOMA.

$10,000 Windmill Trust Scholarship for Regional NSW Artists now open for applications

Media Release

Image: Debbie Taylor-Worley, 2021

NAVA responds to the federal budget

Image: Treasurer Josh Frydenberg delivering the 2021-2022 Budget with Scott Morrison and Ken Wyatt in background at Australian Parliament House, Canberra. Screenshot from ABC News 2021.

Get that art grant workshop for Northern Beaches Council

Free workshop, 6-8pm Thursday 20 May 2021 for artists local to Northern Beaches.

NAVA News 4 2021

This month's news: "Commonwealth’s approach to the arts” falls short; Code Revision Update; Advocacy Director job closing soon; Notice of AGM; and more.

Fletcher’s “significant re-imagining of the Commonwealth’s approach to the arts” falls short

Image: Minister for the Arts Paul Fletcher, (background) Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Photo by Matt Blyth/Getty.

Jasmine Coe

Jasmine Coe is a Wiradjuri-British painter and silk scarf designer based in the UK.

NAVA News 3 2021

This month's news: New Leadership Model for NAVA; NAVA survey data; We're hiring - Advocacy Director; and more.

Visual arts sector far from recovery, NAVA survey reveals

Illustration by Emily Johnson.

​Latai Taumoepeau

Latai Taumoepeau uses faivā (performance practice) to explore considerations of race, class, the female body and the impact of climate change on island communities.

New Leadership Model for NAVA

NAVA is re-structuring to a Co-Director model of leadership to take the organisation into its next chapter and to align more with the work we do.

NAVA News 2 2021

This month's news: Call on the government to #SupportArt; Code of Practice consultations; Collaborative Mentorship announcement; and more.

Call on the government to #SupportArt through COVID-19

Be heard. Talk to your MP. Together we can make so much more noise. 

Noriko Nakamura

Noriko Nakamura is a Castlemaine-based artist whose work explores ideas of animism, ritual practice, and relationships between humans and the material world.

Unemployment payment changes still well below poverty line

Media release

Code of Practice February Consultation 2021

NAVA is hosting our third round of one-hour conversations for our major revision of the Code of Practice, 23-24 February 2021.

NAVA News 1 2021

This month's news: NAVA's 2021 priorities; Code of Practice revision 2021 timeline; Have your say on 4 new discussion papers; and more.

Reset, Recreate

What's NAVA doing in 2021? 

Allan Giddy

Allan Giddy is a New Zealand-born sculptor and installation artist based in Sydney.

NAVA News 11 2020

This month's news: University cuts risk losing Australia's next generation of artists; What NAVA's been up to; Zoom sessions for NSW Aboriginal practitioners; and more.

NSW Aboriginal visual arts practitioners to be heard

NAVA and Create NSW are hosting four Zoom workshops to amplify the voices of the NSW Aboriginal visual arts sector to the Indigenous Visual Arts Action Plan consultation, 1 - 10 December 2020.

Jeanette James

Jeanette James is a Palawa woman and traditional shell necklace stringer based in Tasmania.

Know My Name

Conference hosted by the National Gallery of Australia, featuring NAVA's Georgia Mokak and NAVA Board Member Genevieve Grieves, Tuesday 10 – Friday 13 November 2020.

NAVA News 10 2020

This month's news: Politicians failing to focus on those hit hardest by COVID-19, What NAVA's been up to this month, Code of Practice consultation, plus latest Industry News, guides and opportunities.

Why are politicians failing to focus on who the pandemic has hit the hardest?

It is Australia’s first service-sector recession, and this should be reflected in the focus of our recovery and job creation programs.

Queensland Election 2020 Report Card

Queensland voting closes on Saturday 31 October 2020. What arts and culture vision do the major parties offer?

Bhenji Ra

Bhenji Ra is a performance and interdisciplinary artist whose practice draws on her own personal history to reframe performance.

ACT Election 2020 Report Card

ACT votes on Saturday 17 October 2020. What arts and culture vision do the major parties offer?

Make your submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry by 22 October

NAVA has prepared a Toolkit with all you need to know to add voice.

Have your say on the Code of Practice discussion papers

You're invited to provide feedback on three discussion papers as part of our major revision of the Code of Practice. 

The arts sector is already suffering. This year's budget just pours salt on the wound

The Coalition has demonstrated its lack of interest in helping a job-rich industry hit hard by COVID-19.

NAVA News 9 2020

The highly visible advocacy work and increased collegiately across the sector during this pandemic has opened a door to conversation with the Australian Government. It’s now really important that we wedge that door and open it wider. 

Protesting arts funding: sensationalist and inaccurate

Claire Bridge and Chelle Destefano, What I Wish I'd Told You, 2020 with Haley Martin, Worimi and Daingatti woman, Too Loud, multi-channel video (video stills)

Dennis Golding

Dennis Golding is a Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay artist and curator exploring political, social and cultural representations of Aboriginal history through a critical lens.

Welfare rules and regulations are failing artists

While the ATO seems to understand how artists’ incomes fluctuate year by year, Centrelink does not; nor do its guidelines help artists sustain their careers, a situation NAVA is keen to see changed.

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How to engage with politicians

Pro tips for developing relationships and effective meetings with MPs.

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How to engage with the media

Tips for making arts stories newsworthy and engaging with the media.

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How to develop an arts advocacy strategy

Tips on focusing your advocacy, nurturing local advocacy and developing an advocacy strategy.

$3,000 Carstairs Prize – applications now open!

2019 Carstairs Prize Winner, Shivanjani Lal, Chhaapaa, brown paper print, 2020. Photo by Chantel Bann, courtesy of Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.

NAVA News 8 2020

In keeping with 2020’s theme of change and expecting the unexpected, the NAVA team has a new profile and a new home – be assured though: we are focused on these turbulent times, the commitments we’ve made and navigating the best outcomes we can for our Members and the sector.

New Australia Council research shows that art is relied upon by millions of Australians

Image: TOY by All the Queens Men. Photo by Ben Vos Productions, courtesy of Australia Council for the Arts.

Ionat Zurr

Dr Ionat Zurr is an artist, curator and researcher pioneering in the field of Biological Arts.

NAVA survey: have your say on the future of NAVA and Australia’s contemporary arts

Take survey for your chance to win a NAVA Premium Membership.

NAVA Advocacy Program: Weekly Workshops Online

Online art advocacy workshop every Wednesday 4:00-5:30pm AEST, 22 April - 19 August 2020.

Moving major cultural institutions online

Webinar hosted by Portable featuring NAVA's Esther Anatolitis and Al Cossar, Artistic Director of the Melbourne International Film Festival, 1pm - 2pm AEST Thursday 13 August 2020.

Arts Day on the Hill 2020

Let’s achieve a critical mass of constructive advocacy on Wednesday 12 August 2020 with a focus on Question Time.

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NAVA Advocacy Kit 2020 Part 5

Keen to develop your advocacy skills to champion the arts with confidence, but not sure where or how to begin? Let’s work on developing those skills together.

Arts Agenda, July 2020

Arts Agenda is a monthly focus on national issues in Australia’s contemporary arts, designed for the inboxes of leading thinkers in journalism, academia and policy.

NAVA News 7 2020

A great deal has changed since we developed our current strategic plan three years ago – a great deal of that being this year alone! – which makes now the perfect time to revisit that plan. And we’re going to need your help. 

Richard Bell

Using a provocative, complex and humorous approach, Richard Bell’s work addresses contemporary debates around identity, place and politics.

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NAVA Advocacy Kit 2020 Part 4

Keen to develop your advocacy skills to champion the arts with confidence, but not sure where or how to begin? Let’s work on developing those skills together.

What's Next for the Visual Art, Craft & Design Sector?

Online conference with special guest Rupert Myer AO, 11:00am-1:00pm AEST Thursday 16 July 2020.

NAVA News 6 2020

In occupying a public space, we disrupt urban spaces, false histories with or without permission.  

Code of Practice June Consultation

Illustration by Emily Johnson.

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NAVA Advocacy Kit 2020 Part 3

Keen to develop your advocacy skills to champion the arts with confidence, but not sure where or how to begin? Let’s work on developing those skills together.

Code of Practice June Consultation

NAVA and research partners from RMIT School of Art are hosting a week of one-hour conversations to kick-start full consultation for our major revision of the Code of Practice, 1pm and 3pm, 22 - 25 June 2020.

If everyone donates just $3 we'll hit our matched funding target!

Illustration by Emily Johnson.

Official War Artists Statement: Letter in support of Farhad Bandesh

Image: Farhad Bandesh, Kurdish refugee  - Aylan - beach, courtesy of Farhad Bandesh.

Arts Agenda, June 2020

Arts Agenda is a monthly focus on national issues in Australia’s contemporary arts, designed for the inboxes of leading thinkers in journalism, academia and policy.

OPEN LETTER: Australia's artists call for Government action

Hundreds of artists, curators, academics, publishers, arts workers, and leading art galleries and museums COVID19 call for income support measures in an open letter to the Australian Government.

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NAVA Advocacy Kit 2020 Part 2

Keen to develop your advocacy skills to champion the arts with confidence, but not sure where or how to begin? Let’s work on developing those skills together.

NAVA News 5 2020

A strange set of divisions mar the way Australians relate to what we value most – and the more we look into it, the less sense those divisions make. 

Creative Industries and COVID-19

7pm Tuesday 26 May, join Esther Anatolitis for a free Zoom seminar hosted by the Master of Arts and Cultural Management Program at Deakin University.

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How to write a submission to an inquiry

It’s so important that the arts and culture perspective is heard on matters of national significance. So how should you go about writing a submission?

Arts Agenda, May 2020

Arts Agenda is a monthly focus on national issues in Australia’s contemporary arts, designed for the inboxes of leading thinkers in journalism, academia and policy.

NAVA News 4 2020

If art creates the future, and politics is the art of the possible, then politicians have the fundamental duty to create Australia’s future. In this issue, we explore the opportunities we have to focus our voices on what comes next as we reset Australia – beyond any ‘new normal’ and towards a truly better place.

WNTTA Where do I stand? Government stimulus package arts edition

2-3pm Thursday 23 April, Zoom meeting

Arts Agenda, Apr 2020

Arts Agenda is a monthly focus on national issues in Australia’s contemporary arts, designed for the inboxes of leading thinkers in journalism, academia and policy.

City of Sydney donates $83,000 to Artists’ Benevolent Fund

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NAVA News 3, 2020

With the urgency of the world’s focus on protecting our lives at a scale we have never known, it can be difficult to put creative practice in perspective. This issue discusses the grounding role of art in world building futurisms.

Creative Industry Pedagogies in a Chaotic World

16 March, State Library of Victoria, 328 Swanston St VIC

Arts Agenda, Mar 2020

Arts Agenda is a monthly focus on national issues in Australia’s contemporary arts, designed for the inboxes of leading thinkers in journalism, academia and policy.